We don’t need a jury trial to know they all are responsible for the death of Elijah McClain. Any one of them could have stopped the attack.
Paying millions in settlements over police misbehavior year is no solution. Cities should focus on better training and recruitment.
The 22-year-old Colorado man was suffering a mental health crisis when he was killed by a Clear Creek sheriff’s deputy.
Tyre Nichols’ death is the ultimate example of the systemic racism that has, in the form of CRT, become the latest culture-war battleground.
Clear Creek County sheriff’s deputies are under scrutiny in the death of 22-year-old Christian Glass.
The rally at the Capitol steps Monday was different from all the other rallies held in support of Elijah McClain, the young man who died at the hands of Aurora police and paramedics in August 2019 for the crime of Walking Strangely While Black. This rally was for Vanessa Wilson, the recently fired Aurora police […]
By Colleen Slevin, The Associated Press Jurors on Friday found police used excessive force against protesters, violating their constitutional rights, during demonstrations over the killing of George Floyd two years ago, ordering the city to pay a total of $14 million in damages to a group of 12 who sued. The jury of two men […]
By Colleen Slevin, The Associated Press The trial for a lawsuit accusing Denver police of using indiscriminate force two years ago against people protesting the killing of George Floyd started Monday in federal court with a lawyer describing officers shooting pepper balls at people filming the protests or standing outside their homes. Timothy Macdonald, one […]
GEORGETOWN — A former Colorado police officer who shot a 75-year-old man with a stun gun without warning, requiring the man to be taken to the hospital, was sentenced Thursday to two years of probation. Nicholas Hanning, who was an Idaho Springs police officer, pleaded guilty in December to misdemeanor third-degree assault and permanently relinquished […]
By Helen Wieffering, Colleen Long and Camille Fassett, The Associated Press CHICAGO — Royal Smart remembers every detail: the feeling of the handcuffs on his wrists. The panic as he was led outside into the cold March darkness, arms raised, to face a wall of police officers pointing their guns. He was 8 years old. […]